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Learning a new language opens up new opportunities at work and in your social life. Our language teachers will help you get there quickly.


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1) Fill in one form, tell us what your need, and we’ll find you the perfect teacher.

2) Your teacher will contact you to introduce themselves and arrange lessons.

3) Pay your teacher directly when you first meet them and start learning. Simple.

The easy way to learn German in Berlin

We ask about your career and interests so we can match you with a teacher you’ll have a good rapport with.

Your teacher will help you set learning goals and give you regular feedback so you know you’re on track.

We think lessons should fit into your daily life, so you can meet your teacher where and whenever it suits you.

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Our teachers plan lessons around what you want to learn

Exam Preparation

Learn how to score highly in language exams.

Business German

Learn to communicate like a professional.

Conversation Skills

Speak to everyone confidently and with ease.

Grammar & Vocabulary

Everyone hates it, but our teachers make it simple.

German For Beginners

New to German? Get help getting started.

Reading & Writing

Get to grips with non-verbal communication.

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